Trammell and Morris are the first two Tigers from the 1984 World Series team to be elected to the Hall of Fame.
"Overwhelmed. My mind is a whirlwind," Trammell told MLB.com. "I thought that Jack was well-deserving and in my opinion should've been in a few years ago. But nevertheless, it's an honor to go in with Jack and whoever is inducted from the writers' ballot. It's going to be a great class. I'm honored to be a part of it."
Morris and Trammell were picked by 16 voters who considered 10 different candidates for the hall of fame. 12 votes were needed to be elected. Morris got 14 and Trammell got 13.
Both will be enshrined on July 29 and both began their careers with the Tigers in 1977.
"The time I've spent wondering if this day would ever come seems to be vanished and erased right now because it did come, and it's amazing," Morris said.
"I came to realization that it might not happen, and I was OK with that. I really was," he said. "If people thought it was a tad short, I could live with that," Trammell added.
Morris spent 14 seasons with the Tigers, posting a 3.73 ERA in 430 games for the team. He had 154 complete games and 24 shutouts with a 1.266 WHIP.
Trammell played 20 seasons for Detroit and had a .285 batting average with 1,003 RBIs and 185 home runs.
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